World Women's Billiards Championship

The World Women's Billiards Championship is an English billiards tournament, first held in 1931 when organised by the cue sports company Burroughes and Watts then run from 1932 by the Women's Billiards Association (WBA).[1] It is currently run under the auspices of World Billiards Ltd (WBL), a subsidiary company of the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association.

World Women's Billiards Championship
Tournament information
Organisation(s)World Billiards Ltd.
Recent edition2022
Current championEngland Jamie Hunter

It should not be confused with the Women's Professional Billiards Championship, which was also run by the WBA, or with the International Billiards and Snooker Federation World Women's Billiards Championship held in 2015.

The reigning champion is Jamie Hunter. Emma Bonney has won the title a record 13 times.

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